Frisco May 2021



Cost: $3.3 million Funding source: city of Frisco 11 Main Street reconstruction

Texas Department of Transportation crews will widen US 380 in Frisco to add capacity and provide safety enhancements. The road will be widened from four to six lanes with grade separations at major intersections, such as FM 423, FM 720, Navo Road, Teel Parkway and Legacy Drive. Crews will also construct improved sidewalks from the US 377/US 380 intersection to west of CR 26. Timeline: winter-TBD Cost: $160 million Funding source: TxDOT 6 Dallas Parkway widening An additional lane will be constructed on the northbound and southbound sides of Dallas Parkway between Lebanon Road and Panther Creek Parkway. Work is expected to begin late this year. Con- struction on the project from SH 121 to Lebanon Road was completed in 2019. Timeline: December 2021-October 2022 Cost: $15.5 million Funding sources: city of Frisco, TxDOT, Collin County 7 Panther Creek Parkway extension Panther Creek Parkway will be extended as a continuous road between Dallas Park- way and Preston Road. The new roadway will be six lanes and will accommodate future developments, such as the up- coming University of North Texas campus at Preston Road and Panther Creek. The project is under design. Timeline: winter 2021-fall 2023 Cost: $35 million Funding source: city of Frisco, TxDOT 8 PGA Parkway widening Crews will work to widen PGA Parkway between Preston and Coit roads. The road is currently an old county road and is a two-lane asphalt corridor. Crews will shift it to become a six-lane concrete road. Timeline: August 2021-summer 2022 Cost: $21.9 million Funding source: city of Frisco, Collin County 9 Hillcrest Road extension The city is in the planning stages to extend Hillcrest Road from Panther Creek to PGA parkways. The new roadway will have four lanes. Construction is not expected to begin until later this year. Timeline: fall 2021-summer 2022 Cost: $4.7 million Funding source: city of Frisco 10 Meadow Hill Drive reconstruction Crews will reconstruct Meadow Hill Drive from Rogers to Preston roads. Timeline: fall 2021-summer 2022

Main Street will be reconstructed as out- lined with the new downtown master plan. The sidewalks along the project area will be widened to make Frisco’s Rail District more pedestrian-friendly, Brodigan said. The plan also recommends replacing the existing median with a center turn lane. On-street parking is planned to remain. The project, which spans between Third Street and North County Road, will also modify Fourth Street to create a plaza. Timeline: January-December 2022 Cost: $4.1 million

F unding source: city of Frisco 12 Elm Street reconstruction

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As part of the downtown master plan, Elm Street will be remade from First Street to County Road. Crews will reconstruct the road with concrete and make it wider for on-street parking as well as add pedestrian and bike paths. Timeline: January-December 2022 Cost: $5 million Funding source: city of Frisco 13 Legacy Drive reconstruction The city is looking into reconstructing Leg- acy Drive from SH 121 to Warren Parkway. The project was on hold for a while but is now in the design stages. The roadway will be widened from a four-lane divided road- way to six lanes. Timeline: summer 2021-fall 2022 Cost: $21 million Funding sources: city of Frisco, Collin County 14 Town & Country reconstruction For this project crews would reconstruct the existing pavement on Town & Country Bou- levard and widen the road from two lanes to four lanes from Legacy Drive to Spring Creek Parkway. The project is likely to start in May or June, Brodigan said. Timeline: May 2021-March 2022 Cost: $4.7 million Funding source: city of Frisco ONHOLD 15 Independence Parkway widening Independence Parkway will be widened from four to six lanes from SH 121 to Main Street. This project is on hold, and the

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details have not been ! nalized. Timeline: late 2022-early 2024 Cost: $7.5 million Funding source: city of Frisco

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